Bravissimo! Festival off to a busy start

March 10th, 2014 No Comments

. Opening screenings of the Italian Film Festival attracted the crowds with a sell-out show of Roberto Andò’s Long Live Freedom at Dundee DCA, and a near capacity show of the same film at Edinburgh Filmhouse where it was moved to the biggest screen Cinema 1 to meet demand. In Glasgow GFT Giuseppe Tornatore’s The Best Offer also attracted brisk interest as the opening film with an introduction by Professor Joe Farrell who had translated the script for the director’s


Giuseppe Tornatore to shoot in Scotland

March 10th, 2014 No Comments

. The director who made one of Italian cinema’s best loved films Cinema Paradiso is to shoot part of his next film Scotland later this year. Described as a “romantic drama” The Correspondence follows the love affair between a professor and a younger woman.


Not Just Scotland! Here is London’s “Cinema Made in Italy”

February 27th, 2014 No Comments

. Now we can say it: Italian Cinema is about to invade all the United Kingdom! So, if you’re not in Scotland during the IFF 2014, never fear! From 5 – 9 March, the best Italian Cinema will also land in London, thanks to “Cinema Made in Italy“, a 5 day event that makes its return to the Ciné Lumière in South Kensington, where you will have the chance to catch the latest cinematic gems Italy has to offer.


IFF 2014: Find out all Venues and Ticket prices

February 12th, 2014 No Comments

. The 21st Italian Film Festival is about to begin! From 7 to 20 March join us and enjoy the the greatest Italian films of the year and take your chance to watch some of the timeless classics that marked the History of the “seventh art”. After the release of our programme, here is all the information about tickets and venues in Scotland. Take a look and don’t lose this chance!

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